Leadership consultant and strategist Jackie Jenkins-Scott discusses the differences between “responsive” and “systematic” approaches to leadership in her comprehensive introduction to responsive leadership. Responsive leaders don’t impose their views; they seek to create shared visions. They discover what their organization needs and work with their colleagues to create common ground. Jenkins-Scott’s manual will be useful to anyone who is learning about or practicing responsive leadership.
About the Author
Jackie Jenkins-Scott was president of Dimock Community Health Center for 21 years and president of Wheelock College for 12 years. She established JJS Advising in 2016 to focus on leadership development and organizational strategy.
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